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Doris Schroeder

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Doris Schroeder
Born
Doris Mae Schroeder

(1893-02-07)February 7, 1893
DiedJanuary 4, 1981(1981-01-04) (aged 87)
Other namesDoris S. Green
OccupationScreenwriter
Years active1913–1952
Spouse(s)George Green (div.)
RelativesEdward Schroeder (brother)

Doris Schroeder (February 7, 1893 – January 4, 1981) was an American screenwriter and publicity woman.[1]

Biography

Born in New York, Doris was the daughter of Edward Schroeder and Phoebe Kent. She attended Brooklyn Girls High School before becoming a stenographer for Rollin S. Sturgeon and then a scenario writer for Vitagraph and Universal.[2]

Her first screenplay was the now-lost Heart of a Jewess. During the 1920s, Schroeder specialized in "women's pictures" for directors like Lois Weber. Schroeder concentrated on Westerns, together with Harrison Jacobs she wrote several entries in the Hopalong Cassidy series.[3] During the 1950s and 1960s, she wrote many television and film tie-in young adult novels for Western Publishing.

Her brother, Edward Schroeder, eventually moved to Hollywood and became a prolific film editor; he, too, worked on Westerns.[4] Her husband, George Green, was a screenwriter and producer who also worked in the Western genre. The pair divorced in 1944.

Film credits

Published works

  • Annie Oakley in Danger at Diablo (1955)
  • Rin Tin Tin and Call to Danger (1957)
  • Annie Oakley in the Ghost Town Secret (1957)
  • Annie Oakley in Double Trouble (1958)
  • Walt Disney's Spin and Marty Trouble at Triple-R (1958)
  • Gunsmoke (1958)
  • Lassie: Forbidden Valley (1959)
  • The Lennon Sisters the Secret of Holiday Island: The Secret of Holiday Island (1960)
  • Walt Disney's Annette: Sierra Summer (1960)
  • Walt Disney's Annette, the Desert Inn Mystery (1961)
  • Walt Disney's Annette and the Mystery at Moonstone Bay (1962)
  • The Beverly Hillbillies: The Saga of Wildcat Creek (1962)
  • Walt Disney's Annette and the Mystery at Smugglers' Cove (1963)
  • Patty Duke and Mystery Mansion (1964)
  • Walt Disney's Annette and the Mystery of Medicine Wheel (1964)
  • Patty Duke and the Adventure of the Chinese Junk (1966)
  • Lassie Forbidden Valley (1969)

Notes

  1. ^ Scream Club; Scream Club (1916). Screamer (1916-1917). Media History Digital Library.
  2. ^ "Scenario Writers and Editors". Motion Picture Studio Directory and Trade Annual: 294. 1921 – via Ancestry.com.
  3. ^ Hal Erickson, Allmovie
  4. ^ "17 Dec 1924, 58 - The Los Angeles Times at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved 2019-02-09.

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